CHICAGO – Avanti Motor Corp. agrees to a permanent injunction barring it from producing an SUV similar in looks to General Motor Corp.'s highly recognizable Hummer H2. Avanti won’t copy H2 design for Studebaker XUV. GM filed a federal trademark infringement lawsuit against Georgia-based independent auto maker Avanti in February 2002, alleging that the Studebaker XUV, which debuted at the Chicago Auto Show, "knocked off and misappropriated the shape of the Hummer H2." As part of ...

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